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[audio]GALA lesbian pride week poetry reading
Recording of lesbian poets reading as part of Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GALA)'s Lesbian Pride Week celebrations, recorded on June 28th, 1980. Jane Creighton reads "Song for Love Has No Object", "Ceres in an Open Field", "Thinking About Her", and "Naked and Rosy"; Fran Winant reads from her book Looking at Women two poems, "Happy New Year", "Letters by Eleanor Roosevelt"; Lorraine Currelley reads "Intercourse", "Midnight Lady Life Flute", and a poem dedicated to Salsa Soul Sisters; Joan Nestle re...
Downloads: 48
[audio]Ganienkeh : for the generations to come / produced by Tim McGovern.
Ganienkeh, also known as the "Land of the Flint," is the ancestral territory of the Mohawk Nation which is located in the New York Adirondack Preserve. Speakers examine the treaties, incidents, and struggles amongst the traditional Mohawk community.
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[audio]Ganienkeh : for the generations to come / produced by Tim McGovern.
Ganienkeh, also known as the "Land of the Flint," is the ancestral territory of the Mohawk Nation which is located in the New York Adirondack Preserve. Speakers examine the treaties, incidents, and struggles amongst the traditional Mohawk community.
Downloads: 12
[audio]Garment workers in Los Angeles - Schlein, Lisa; Dodson, Janet; Isaacs, Lenny
Description: This documentary examines working conditions, alleged abuses, the role of the unions, the plight of undocumented workers, and other problems facing the garment industry in Los Angeles. Program features Mario Vazquez, international organizer for the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union (ILGWU); Bernard Brown, vice president of Koret of California; James Quillin, Labor Commissioner for the State of California; Blanca Hadar, Deputy City Attorney, Carl Villanoet[sp?], attorney wi...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Textile industry--Health hazards; Garment workers--Los Angeles (Calif.); Wages--Garment workers--Los Angeles (Calif.); Labor and laboring classes--Los Angeles (Calif.); Undocumented workers; Schlein, Lisa
Downloads: 22
[audio]Gary Snyder, Zen poet: interviewed by Austin Strauss
Gary Synder (b. 1930), Pulitzer Prize winning poet (1975), reads and discusses his work and it's world context. Synder reads the title poem from his latest publication, "Axe Handles." Synder discusses meditation, Buddhism and martial arts before reciting another poem "Breasts." Synder examines the Reagan administration's policies towards the Third World, nuclear disarmament and tribal people, then reads "Cricket" and explores the aesthetics of simple poetry...
Downloads: 70
[audio]Gavin Parker, George Stass and Johnny Valiant
Host Fred Geobold reveals his struggles with cancer. Musicians Gavin Parker and George Stass perform live in the studio. Former professional wrestler (ne John Sullivan) performs a monologue from his one-man show "An Evening with Johnny Valiant". Evan Ginzburg of recaps the past weekend's arts events.
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[audio]Gay American history / Jonathan Katz ; Fruit Punch Collective.
"Katz appears in San Francisco to discuss his recently published book, Gay American History. Readings from Katz's book by the host are interspersed with clips of Katz's speech in SF. Katz lectures on a diverse number of topics, including gays and the Communist witch hunt; the history and psychiatric/corrective treatments to homosexuality; Lucy Ann Lobdell and lesbian feminism; gay Native Americans; Harry Hay and the founding of the Mattachine Society; medical studies of homosexuality from late 1...
Keywords: Fruit Punch Collective; Katz, Jonathan; Gays -- History; Gay liberation movement; Gay literature
Downloads: 44
[audio]Gay films
Al Auster reviews Édouard Molinaro's film of the play La Cage aux Folles and Martin Sherman's play Bent, two recent gay-themed productions showing in New York City.
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[audio]Gay freedom day, 1978 / produced by Philip Maldari.
Excerpt from Harvey Milk at 8th Gay Freedom Day talking to KPFK. Paradegoers interviewed about Anita Bryant and the Briggs Initiative. Highlights of the parade, interviews with passersby and parade participants, and local GLBT groups such as the Golden Gate Business Association.
Downloads: 37
[audio]Gay rage: Arthur Bell and the Village Voice
Pete Wilson hosts a special "Gay Rage" edition of Gay Pride. Program begins with news announcements. Wilson vents his frustration with the journalist Arthur Bell over his article "Hostility Comes Out of the Closet" in the June 28, 1973 issue of the Village Voice. He takes Bell to task for his portrayal of the queer liberation movement and for refusing to talk to him about the article on his show. Wilson takes listener phone calls...
Downloads: 38
[audio]Gays in the joint - Maldari, Philip; Okrand, Dean
Description: A disturbingly frank documentary on the vindictive treatment of gay men in California's correctional institutions, with emphasis on the "psychiatrically-oriented" facility at Vacaville. The classification of different types of gay men within the prison, how a prisoner's homosexuality affects their chances for parole, and the relationship between prisons and the industrial sector in California are addressed...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Gay prisoners; Maldari, Philip; Okrand, Dean; Jackson, Popeye
Downloads: 27
[audio]Geri Allen interviewed by Andrea Lewis
Andrea Lewis interviews Geri Allen, jazz pianist, who speaks about her background and influences.
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[audio]Gore Vidal interviewed by Kris Welch and Philip Maldari
Gore Vidal is an America novelist, playwright, and critic. He wrote a collection of essays called "The United States 1952-1992" which won the 1993 National Book Award. Maldari announces that Vidal will be the featured speaker at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley on February 14, 1994.
Downloads: 117
[audio]Grant Track 1 - Pacifica Radio Archives
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[audio]Grendel : chapters 1 and 3 / by John Gardner ; read by Don Sortor.
Don Sortor reads chapters 1 and 3 of Grendel, John Gardner's 1971 re-telling of Beowulf from the monster's point of view. (New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1971). Chapter 1 begins at start of tape. Chapter 3 begins at 00:16:12. This recording does not have Erik Bauersfeld intro.
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[audio]Grey gardens / Albert Maysles and Ellen Hovde ; interviewed by Charles Ruas and Karen Achenbach.
Charles Ruas and Karen Achenbach talk to filmmakers Albert Maysles and Ellen Hovde about their documentary Grey Gardens. They talk about the origins of the film and how Maysles came to meet the Beales. They describe living conditions in the Beales' mansion. Maysles discusses the acceptance of eccentricity as a character trait in American society. They talk about their shooting schedule, the Beales' own involvement in the direction of the film, and the relationship between the directors and their...
Downloads: 75
[audio]Growing up gay in the Brooklyn Jewish community
Fred Goldhaber interviews Gary Adler, a new york city elementary school teacher, and Steve Askinazi, owner of the Ballroom, a social worker, and a member of community board on Passover night. Adler and Askinazi speak about their experiences as gay Jewish men and the challenges they faced with their family and community.
Downloads: 23
[audio]Guest of honor (Episode 28 of 29)
A radio adaptation of a short play by Howard Pflanzer based on events that transpire over the course of a party. Featuring the voices of Joanne Hill, Yvon Dihe, Charles Woodruff, Angela Cheyne, and Lew Patterson as the voice of Tibor. Technical direction by David Rapkin. Directed by Sarah Sanders for WBAI's Mind's Eye Theatre. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.20.
Keywords: Sanders; Sarah; Pflanzer; Howard; Radio adaptations
Downloads: 13
[audio]Gy�rgy Seb_k (Episode 20 of 33)
An evening of solo piano music performed by Gy�rgy Seb_k at WBAI's Free Music Store on March 22, 1972. The program included French suite in B minor by Johann Sebastian Bach; Sonata in D major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Third mephisto waltz by Franz Liszt; and Variations and fugue on a theme by Handel by Johannes Brahms. This program was produced by WBAI's Music Department and recorded in stereo by David Rapkin...
Keywords: Piano music; Seb_k; Gy�rgy
Downloads: 28
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